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This product includes the Animal Kingdom Echinoderms and Invertebrate Chordates Unit Bundle - 7 files.
Each topic contains a PowerPoint presentation, Notes Outline, Homework Assignments, Quizzes, and Unit Exam. In total, there is 1 PowerPoint Presentation Lesson Plan, 1 Notes Outline, 2 Homework Assignments, 2 Quizzes, and 1 Exam.
All individual components of this curriculum can be purchased and viewed separately in my main catalog.
My PowerPoint presentations have been made to be both informative on curricular topics and visually stimulating for all students. 100% of my students prefer to receive and discuss new topics via PowerPoint (compared to reading textbooks, lectures, or copying information off of the board). I have found that this method works extremely well with both mainstreamed and inclusion students. When I taught in a traditional HS, I provided a notebook with all the slides for students who needed to take a second look at a slide or were absent for the day.
This bundled product includes the following topics in the Animal Kingdom Echinoderms and Invertebrate Chordates Unit Bundle - 7 files:
This PowerPoint Lesson Plan contains 40 slides on the following topics of The Animal Kingdom - Echinoderms and Invertebrate Chordates: Animal Kingdom, Echinoderms and Invertebrate Chordates, Animal Development, Protostome Development, Deuterostome Development, Modern Echinoderms, Echinoderms Endoskeleton, ossicles, Five-Part Radial Symmetry, Five-Part Body Plan, Regenerate, Water-Vascular System, Tube Feet, Coelomic Circulation and Respiration, Skin Gills, Echinoderm Diversity, Sea Stars, Pedicellaria, Brittle Stars, Filter Feeders, Sea Lilies, Feather Stars, Sea Urchins, Sand Dollars, Sea Cucumbers, Sea Daisies, Bioassay, Monitoring Water Quality, Invertebrate Chordates, Chordate Characteristics, Chordate Skeleton, Notochord, Dorsal Nerve Cord, Pharyngeal Pouches, Postanal Tail, Subphylum Vertebrata, Urochordata (Tunicates), Cephalochordata (Lancelets).
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